Since Technocrats demonstrably have it in for Capitalism and Free Market Economics, is it conceivable that they would intentionally pull the tripwire on the gargantuan derivative market? The size of this obscure market is well over 1 quadrillion doll
In the December edition of its quarterly review of the economy and finance, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) took aim at decentralized finance, calling the ambitions of its proponents unrealistic and expressing concern over its potentiall
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has joined forces with the central banks of South Africa, Malaysia, Singapore, and Australia to kick start a project dubbed Dunbar aimed at testing the use of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) in cro
This article looks at the likely consequences of the Bank for International Settlements' introduction of the net stable funding requirement (NSFR) for bank balance sheets, insofar as they apply to their positions in gold, silver and other commodity
Over the past few days, many investors have asked why, with its currency in freefall again as its reserves evaporate, did Turkey take the drastic measure of sending its overnight swap rate above 1,000% in a clear attempt to crush the shorts.
After Venezuela, Germany, Austria and the Netherlands prudently repatriated a substantial portion (if not all) of their physical gold held at the NY Fed or other western central banks in recent years, one month ago
Central banks must clamp down on bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to stop them "piggybacking" on mainstream institutions and becoming a "threat to financial stability", the head of the Bank for International Settlements has warned.
The Bank of International Settlements is particularly good at two things in its periodic quarterly review update: i) stating the obvious, especially when it comes to summarizing the trader and market participants concerns at any given moment, and ii)